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OOH chip butties, have'nt had one for years, used to like crisp sandwiches as well sounds bad but tasted good, have lost major amount of weight over last couple of years and changed to sugar free and low fat everything, now got worryingly high cholesteral and been put on more pills, go figure!! On the plus side apparently dark chocolate is good for cholesteral, don't know if its true but sounds good, so much for getting healthy!!
This must be a totally European Thing as I have never heard of a Chip Butties....what are the chips made of?....I use to put potato chips on a tuna sandwich for the crunch, but am trying not to eat bread....
Chips (English style, and NOT French fries or other abominations that "M" supply):
Maris Piper potatoes peeled and then cut into 9/16inch strips length ways.
Very hot fat (preferably beef dripping but lard will do, rather than the oils being sold here commercially)
Immerse until the outside of chip is crisp when pinched. (careful not to burn yourself)
Remove from fat and drain.
Have your two white buttered sliced bread handy and place chips in the middle. Salt is optional as are sauces.
EAT! (I wont tell you how bad these are for your health! Or how delicious!)
Good God! Potatoes deep fried in animal fat, sandwiched between nutritionaly devoid slices of over-processed white bread slathered with more animal fat?
I'm just speechless.
Druid.....that's funny........I am not a big bread eater, but it would be interesting to have both the potatoes and the bacon!.....
Would anyone be interested in HEALTHY recipes? Because I have some.
I would! I'm making a lentil stew in my Instant Pot right now!
Oooo, yum! Do you use onions, carrots, celery, & thyme? That's how I make mine, sometimes potatoes, too. And I use homemade chicken stock.
Yes! All of the above except for onions - terribly allergic, but garlic works! I also make one with coconut milk, red lentils, ginger, curry, tomatoes, garlic and red pepper flakes. The Instant Pot has been a life changer for me!